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ASU Emerge: Lunar City 2175
Emerge 2018 will transform the state-of-the-art Galvin Playhouse on ASU’s Tempe Campus into a rich theatrical experience grounded in space science research and the inspirational vision of our Writer-At-Large, Kim Stanley Robinson. Come see, hear, touch, smell, and play the future in our unfolding story of human habitation beyond Planet Earth. ( Free Tickets: (Select date, General Admission ticket, then time for guided or non-guided neighborhood tour): ( ) A team of researchers, artists, performers, and storytellers will unvail Luna City Space port, an immersive experience of life on the moon 150 years from now. A city on the water rich south pole of the moon, inspired by the work of renowned scirnce fiction novelist and Writer at Large this year: Kim Stanley Robinson. Luna City's Space port opens for all at 10:30 a.m. each day. Take a special guided tour of a Luna City neighborhood starting at 11:30 a.m. with tours running until 3 p.m. Venue: Saturday: Parking on campus is $3/hour or $12/day o 10:30 a.m.: Spaceport open for guests o 10:30 -11:30 a.m.: Non-guided neighborhood tours (no actors; scenic experience) o 11:30 a.m. -3:00 p.m.: Guided neighborhood tours (with actors; full experience) o 3:30 - 5 p.m.: Podcast with Eric Molinski with following presentation by Kim Stanley Robinson (No tickets needed for podcast and presentation). Sunday: Sunday Parking on campus is free. o 10:30 a.m: Spaceport open for guests o 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.: Non-guided tours (no actors; scenic experience) o 11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.: Guided neighborhood tours (with actors; full experience) o 3:30 -4:30 p.m.: Open house to mingle and converse with the many artists who helped bring Luna City to life! Transportation: Lightrail stops are either Mill Ave or Stadium Drive Closest lots to the Nelson Fine Arts Center (see map) Lot 20 - Enter off from Mill Ave Lot 3 (Gammage theater area) Apache parking structure Check-in Information: 1. Check-in is at the registration table outside of the Nelson Fine Arts Center (Galvin Playhouse). The entrance is on the west side. See attached map. 2. Demand is high for this event and all tours are sold out. If you have a cancelation within your group, please let me know asap so that we can inform those on the waiting list. 3. We are printing custom name tags upon entry. If you are certain of the names of your guest(s), please add them here. This will help expedite your check-in. If you aren’t certain about your guest names, we will print badges onsite. Please complete the form by Thursday at 5:00pm. If you don’t have guests, you don’t need to do anything. 4. If you signed up for a tour, also check-in with the volunteer for your tour at #3 on attached map 30 minutes prior to your tour. You will be given a map upon entrance. All tours are now sold out. We have a waiting list and will release tour reservations to the waiting list if you haven’t checked-in within five minutes prior to your tour’s start time. Please allow for ample time to check-in with the outside general admission first. We strongly encourage that you arrive even before the 30-minute tour check-in due to high demand for this event. Emerge, the festival of futures, interweaves art, science and technology to explore the future in evocative ways. Since its inception in 2012, Emerge has pushed the envelope of performance, technology, and critical thinking by building, sharing, and experimenting with visceral experiences of the future. The School for the Future of Innovation in Society (SFIS) is a transdisciplinary unit at the vanguard of ASU’s commitment to linking innovation to public value. We are pursuing a vision of responsible innovation that anticipates challenges and opportunities, integrates diverse knowledge and perspectives, and engages broad audiences. By examining the ways we translate imagination into innovation — and how we blend technical and social concerns along the way — we learn to build a future for everyone. 2017: ( 2016: 2015 2014: 2013: 2012:

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